After receiving such a call, on behalf of the Baozhi Brigade, some counterfeit goods were seized, and these trademark owners were our customers. The rise of e-commerce and the increase of online sellers. In the past two years, due to the spread of the epidemic, the progress of onlineization has accelerated, attracting a large number of interested self-creators to join. The auction platform may not be the first choice for online sellers, and the influence of major social media has penetrated In our daily life, it has gradually emerged as a new trend.
The author believes that most online sellers operate their stores with a mentality of high quality and low price, and cherish feathers. However, if the banner design source of the goods is not properly checked, and counterfeit goods are sold, this is not a matter of simply taking them off the shelves after the incident. fixed. For this reason, online sellers must have a basic understanding of common trademark rights issues, so that they will not accidentally violate the law and cause their own troubles. Below, we will talk about the basic issues that online sellers must understand about trademark rights. How to avoid selling counterfeit products? 1. Selling imitations is subject to criminal responsibility! Counterfeit goods refer to goods that use the trademark of others without the authorization of the trademark owner.
Compared with genuine products, counterfeit products usually use inferior materials or construction methods, and sell them at low prices to win the market. Article 97 of the Trademark Law stipulates that illegally selling or displaying goods that infringe on trademark rights shall be punished with imprisonment for not more than one year; and selling counterfeit goods as genuine goods will make consumers mistakenly think that they are genuine goods and buy them, which may At the same time, if he commits the crime of fraud in Article 339, item 1 of the Criminal Law, he shall be sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of not more than five years, criminal detention, or a fine of not more than 500,000 yuan.